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TS, Biometrics (CIED), Logistics, Senior CIT/SCM, Forensic Technican, BSSM

Clearance:
Intrim TS

Date of Clearance Adjudication:
June 12, 2012

Availability:
July 30, 2013 – June 26, 2022

Disability:
None

Current Passport:
Passport
Expiration Date – June 26, 2022

Language:
English – Speaking: Fluent, Reading: Fluent, Writing: Fluent

Desired Location:
Stateside – District of Columbia, Virginia,
Overseas

Highlight Write Up:
Highly successful professional with a military, CONUS and OCONUS government contract background. Extensive knowledge in material management and control of forensic evidence which includes expediting, tracking, identification, shipping, receiving, issuing, procurement, warehousing and inventory management. Highly capable and exceptionally dedicated professional accustomed to working in fast-paced environments demanding strong organizational, technical and interpersonal skills. Personal attributes most highly regarded are self-motivation, professionalism, and flexibility suited to a deployed environment.

Objective: Seeking a position in Logistics, Biometrics(C-IED), Inventory Control or Supply Chain Management.

Geo Location:
AFG – Duration: 1 year
IRAQ – Duration: 1 year
NORTHERN VA – Duration: 3 months
FLORIDA – Duration: 1 year

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 2
CIED Senior Case Inventory Technician
AMERICAN SYSTEMS
May 2013 – July 2013 Lorton, VA

Responsible for supporting the operation of a team of forensic specialists in execution of a government agency mission. Direct and guide the work flow of case inventory technicians.
Utilize my knowledge of law enforcement and DOD forensic methods and practices and work easily with both approaches to forensic analysis. Recover and analyze fingerprint, DNA and trace evidence appropriately.
Process a wide range of complex forensic material associates with IEDs using advanced physical and chemical processes and light sources to include laser, alternate light source and reflected ultraviolet imaging system (RUVIS). Maintain proper chain of custody of all forensic material under examination.
Conduct analyses and investigations of raw data collected by applying analytical methods.
Stage boxes and documentation for processing by the forensic technical exploitation teams.
Prepare boxes for return to central repository. Perform general shipping/receiving duties.
Maintain data/inventory of boxes of forensic materials received, in process, and returned to central repository.
Provide detailed written documentation regarding the scientific findings of examinations performed.

Number of months in position – 25
Logistics Coordinator-LS3
UNITED STATES NAVY RESERVE
May 2011-Present

Provide technical advice when automated system failures occur and query support agencies that are associated with Logistics Intelligence Files (LIF), Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA), Defense Automatic Addressing System (DAAS), Gateway, Total Asset Visibility (TAV) and Source of Supply (SOS) operations to enhance supply support.
Order, stock, and issue repaired parts, and general supplies for Military C-130 Aircraft.
Control Inventory level by conducting daily cycle counts and physical inventories.
Maintain financial records and accounting systems and inventory databases for material stocked in shore based warehouses and ship storerooms.
Demonstrate excellent skills in inventory database management, financial management, procurement, and warehouse management.
Provide daily, weekly, and monthly analysis of management reports generated on the End User Work Stations.

Number of months in position – 11
Material Control Specialist
DYNCORP INTERNATIONAL
July 2012 – May 2013 Kandahar Air Force Base, Afghanistan
Responsible for the coordination and collection of information related to Information Technology products received and shipped within the company’s Warehouse. Utilize 15K and 10K forklift.
Coordinate materials issued, packaged and shipped with the corporate offices, contract sited or other specified destinations.
Prepare finished products for shipment or storage by placing materials in inventory or shipping containers. Verify materials or merchandise against received documents. Notate and report discrepancies and/or damage to materials.
Maintain records and provide traceability of documentation through the company accounting or tracking system.
Examine stored materials and reports deterioration and damage. Remove materials from inventory and prepare for shipment.
Provide specialized professional logistics support that includes; order, delivery, and inventory support to contractor and government project and program managers.
Coordinates logistics activities between the government, subcontractors, and vendors.

Number of months in position – 2
Logistics Coordinator
YUSEN LOGISTICS
May 2012 – June 2012 Jacksonville, Florida

Provide solutions to customer shipment needs to meet their individual requirements.
Provide advice and coordinate the execution of special projects related to data collection and analysis.
Complete and maintain accurate shipping documentation.
Coordinate with freight forwarders and destination customers.
Seek cost-effective shipping options, including both air and ocean carriers.
Responsible for setting up and routing customer shipments.
Responsible for tracking orders and shipments.

Number of months in position – 36
Supply Specialist (EOD Unit), Case File Manager, Evidence Handling Manager (CEXC/JEFF)
Army National Guard
October 2008 – January 2011 Camp Victory, Iraq & Alabama

Receive and document all items from EOD teams and CEXC operations.
Coordinate support of ONCONUS/CONUS labs on evidence preservation and retrieval.
Assume 100% accountability of evidence for all IED events including cross-referencing all evidence with the FBI Evidence Lab known TEDAC. Processed over 1,000 items per month in the Biometrics Lab.
Partner with (CEXC) and the IT department to design a software program to maintain 100% accountability of 29,000 evidence items with ZERO discrepancies within a 3 week time frame.
Complete Warrant Support Packages for all Iraqi Insurgents forensically matched to specific IED events in the Iraq AOR which were crucial in bringing the insurgents to justice within the Iraqi court system.
Provide technical advice when automated system failures occur and query support agencies that are associated with Logistics Intelligence Files (LIF), Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA), Defense Automatic Addressing System (DAAS), Gateway, Total Asset Visibility (TAV) and Source of Supply (SOS) operations to enhance supply support.
Control Inventory level by conducting daily cycle counts and physical inventories.
Managed the shipping and receiving of all supply release orders and operated Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS).

 

Skills Write Up:
WARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Joint Service Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Armed Forces Reserve Medal
TRAINING
Evidence Handling and Chain of Custody (COC) Training, August 2010 – September 2010
Forensic Technician Training, July 2010 – August 2010
Certified Human Resources Specialist, U.S. Army Advanced Individual Training April 6, 2009 – May 27, 2009

Education Write Up:
Bachelor of Science in Sales and Marketing
Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama, Graduated May 2008

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